Most students eagerly await long holiday breaks. But in order to get to the break, they usually have to go through finals season first. For many students, this is a stressful time. After all, a lot rides on these finals. (more…)
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When your child has a learning disability, it can take you some time to cope and adjust to it yourself. Once you have, how can you talk to others about it, so they understand?
There can be things that hold (more…)
Ready Post: Adjusting to a New School Year Can Be Difficult for a Child with Autism – 5 Tips for Parents
Getting ready for a new school year can have its challenges for any child. But if your child has autism, those challenges can be more unique and the experience more difficult.
For children on the autism spectrum, it’s usually the (more…)
Many toddlers are considered “picky eaters.” They might not want their vegetables at dinner, or they might pick at things on their plate for a while before ultimately not eating them. They may not want to try new things.
Every child has their own individual set of needs. As a parent, you’re probably already well in tune with what those needs are.
But there might be things you’re missing depending on certain exceptions. Specifically, if your child is gifted, (more…)